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Training a New Generation of Workers

Contractors like Jay Flositz, owner of directional drilling company Coastal Cable in Florida, say it’s easier to find someone who can run equipment, but has never operated a drill. That allows the workers to be trained the way the company wants them trained.

Microtrenching Lets Utilities Keep Pace with Internet Demand
Microtrenching Lets Utilities Keep Pace with Internet Demand

It’s not exactly news that the demand for instantaneous, high-speed internet connections is growing by leaps and bounds with no sign of easing up anytime soon. As a result, the number of fiber-optic installations is rapidly increasing as carriers scramble to bring fiber cable directly to homes, businesses, schools, and government facilities.

Routine Maintenance Increases Mini Skid Steer ROI

From a compact landscape project to a larger-scale, heavy duty jobsite, mini skid steers provide great value to rental owners – especially when the equipment is at peak performance and reliable. Downtime can hurt the bottom line, so machine effectiveness is dependent upon uptime.

Customer-Inspired Innovation

The goals of the entire Ditch Witch® organization are to develop and build the best, most productive and durable equipment possible that serves the needs of those who build and maintain the world’s underground infrastructure. And after equipment is in the field and on the job, we are committed to providing unmatched service and support.​